High-speed serial interfaces are the primary I/O architecture of most of today’s communications products. Virtually all electronic devices in use now incorporate fast serial data transfers. Examples include ASIC and FPGA connections on a printed-circuit board (PCB), board-to-board connections, or short cables. Multiple interface standards exist to carry such data...
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